TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Seminoles.com) – Florida State men’s golfer Frederik Kjettrup has earned a spot on the All-ACC Academic Golf Team, announced Thursday morning by the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Kjettrup, who is tracking as a sport management major, is a native of Aabybro, Demark. He showed plenty of promise in his freshman season with the Seminoles, finishing fourth on one of the nation’s best teams with an average score of 72.25.
The talented international golfer became a mainstay in FSU’s five-player starting lineup, playing in nine of the team’s 10 tournaments in 2021. He carded a +0.86 average score vs. par.
Kjettrup’s highlight in his freshman campaign was tying for second at the difficult Valspar Collegiate on March 16, shooting a 9-under 204 to mark his lowest score of the year. In 28 rounds played, he finished at par or less in 13 rounds and recorded six rounds in the 60s.
He also earned Top 20 finishes at the Timuquana Collegiate (T15), the Seminole Intercollegiate (T16) and the NCAA Tallahassee Regional (T17).
Kjettrup was also successful in the ACC Championship match-play portion, which included the semifinals and finals. He finished 2-0 against his opponents from North Carolina and Clemson.
Minimum academic requirements for selection to the All-ACC Academic Team are a 3.0 grade point average for the previous semester and a 3.0 cumulative average during one’s academic career for undergraduate students. Athletic achievements during the most recent season are also considered in selecting the All-ACC Academic Team.
The ACC Honor Roll, which recognizes all conference student-athletes with a grade point average of 3.0 for the current academic year, will be released in July.
2021 Rod Myers Scholar-Athlete of the Year
Jacob Bridgeman, Clemson
2021 All-ACC Academic Men’s Golf Team
Jordan Warnock, Boston College, Gr., Management
Jacob Bridgeman, Clemson, Jr., Management
Turk Pettit, Clemson, Sr., Parks, Recreation, & Tourism Management
Zack Gordon, Clemson, Jr., Parks, Recreation, & Tourism Management
Ian Siebers, Duke, Fr., Undeclared
Adrien Pendaries***, Duke, Sr., Sociology
Steven DiLisio**, Duke, Gr., Management
Frederik Kjettrup, Florida State, Fr., NFA-Sport Management
Connor Howe, Georgia Tech, Sr., Business Administration
Trevor Johnson, Louisville, Sr., Sport Administration
John Murphy**, Louisville, Sr., Marketing
Matthias Schmid***, Louisville, Sr., Finance
Jiri Zuska, Louisville, Jr., Sport Administration
Ryan Gerard, North Carolina, Sr., Economics/Geography
Austin Greaser, North Carolina, So., Statistics & Analysis
Maximilian Steinlechner, NC State, So., Business Administration
Easton Paxton, NC State, Sr., Sport Management
Carter Graf, NC State, So., Business Administration
Palmer Jackson, Notre Dame, So., Business Analytics
Taichi Kho, Notre Dame, Jr., Marketing
Tucker Clark, Notre Dame, Fr., Marketing
Andrew O’Leary**, Notre Dame, Jr., Marketing
Pietro Bovari, Virginia, So., Undeclared
George Duangmanee, Virginia, Fr., Undeclared
Chris Fosdick, Virginia, Fr., Undeclared
Andrew Orischak**, Virginia, Gr., Commerce
Connor Burgess**, Virginia Tech, Sr., Management – Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Technology Management
Cameron Moore, Virginia Tech, Jr., Business Information Technology – Operations and Supply Chain Management
Daniel Azallion, Virginia Tech, So., Finance – Corporate Financial Management
Michael Brennan, Wake Forest, Fr., Undeclared
Eric Bae****, Wake Forest, Gr., Business Management
Parker Gillam, Wake Forest, Sr., Communication
*denotes number of All-Academic Team honors
ACC Men’s Golf Scholar Athlete of the Year:
2021 Jacob Bridgeman, Clemson
2020 Not awarded due to COVID-19
2019 Alex Smalley, Duke
2018 Stephen Franken, NC State
2017 Jimmy Stanger, Virginia
2016 Stephen Behr, Clemson
2015 Anders Albertson, Georgia Tech
2014 Ollie Schniederjans, Georgia Tech
2013 Brinson Paolini, Duke
2012 James White, Georgia Tech
2011 James White, Georgia Tech
2010 Brendan Gielow, Wake Forest
2009 Cameron Tringale, Georgia Tech
2008 Barden Berry, North Carolina